This is the third cut we’ve heard off of Ra Ra Riot’s upcoming album, Beta Love, after the title track and “When I Dream,” made their way into the world. The two minute twenty-four second “Dance With Me,” is a brief, synth-filled bouncy affair that highlights their new cello-less state of existence, sounding much less like old Ra Ra Riot than first two cuts from the album, and a lot more like Wes Miles awesome collaboration with Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanglij. Beta Love is out January 22.
New: Ra Ra Riot – “Dance With Me”
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